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Interesting to see Korn on the bill, but nonetheless a solid set from the veteran headbangers. They performed just ahead of opening act Avenged Sevenfold and offered up a great performance.
on Sep 06, 2014
Opening for Against Me! at The Catalyst on August 19th 2014, Venus DeMars and her back up band, All The Pretty Horses, provided an electrifying set. DeMars, leader and founder, struck audiences has she entered the stage wearing fishnet stockings and a corset. Venus DeMars played a rockin' set!
on Sep 05, 2014
Symphonic metal trio Sonata Arctica, Delain and Xandria all hit the stage at Stage 48 in NY on September 4th to a sold out house. Little known local group, Syntilla, opened the night as the evening was heavy with female-fronted bands. Dutch opera trained Diaane Van Giesbergen's tall and lean presence got the night going giving way to Charlotte Wessels and Delain. But the night belonged to Finnish born Tony Kakko and Sonata Arctica who played 18 well-crafted tunes. Their tour continues in the States and heads to Russian before closing out in Finland just before the new year.
on Sep 05, 2014
If I had one word to sum up High On Fire, brutal would say it all. Only a 3-piece band, they absolutely shredded on stage.
on Sep 02, 2014
Marking the last night of their U.S. Summer tour, Yes treated their fans by opening with the Close to the Edge album in its entirety, albeit out of sequence. This was followed by a couple of songs from the just-released Heaven & Earth album, which received a warm welcome, an unusual occurrence for new material among old favorites.
on Sep 02, 2014
The thrash titans brought their "Metallica – On Request Tour" to the UK in July for Sonisphere which returned in 2014 for the 40th Anniversary of gigs at Knebworth House. Here's a selection of photos from their heavy metal, hit-laden set.
on Aug 28, 2014
"Laura! Laura! Laura!" was the chant heard throughout the venue while the crowd waited in anticipation for Against Me! to hit the stage. Last Tuesday, August 19th, Against Me! played to a lively crowd at The Catalyst in Santa Cruz, CA. In mid-2013, the band went through a few line-up changes, acquiring Atom Willard (Angeles & Airwaves, Social Distortion), as the new drummer, and Inge Johansson (The (International Noise Conspiracy) as the new bass player. Even with a few changes to the line up, Against Me! tore up the stage!
on Aug 26, 2014
A semi-crowded Studio at Webster hall was the site of the recent NYC show with Eyes Set To Kill; a killer sister rock duo made up of Alexia and Anissa Rodriguez from Arizona with slamming guitars riffs and solid vocals. The ladies have been on the scene since 2003 and last year toured as one of the bands on the Hottest Chicks in Rock tour. Catching up with them at the local club was a treat; their sound was tight and plunged off the low ceiling of the Studio. The night includes support groups, Close To Home, Kissing Candice, and the very talented The Relapse Symphony.
on Aug 20, 2014
Mayhem fest has becoming one of the premiere concert events of the season. Headlining this year has been the California-based Avenged Sevenfold.
on Aug 15, 2014
A7X closed out the Toronto stop of the Mayhem Festival with a solid set. The place was rocking, the joint's were rollin' and the band commended the crowd as not being the biggest, but definitely being the LOUDEST!
on Aug 13, 2014
Mayhem fest has becoming one of the premiere concert events of the season. Headlining this year has been the California-based Avenged Sevenfold.
on Aug 12, 2014
Mayhem fest has becoming one of the premiere concert events of the season. Headlining this year has been the California-based Avenged Sevenfold.
on Aug 12, 2014
As support for Motley Crue's "The Final Tour" (with special guest Alice Cooper), The Raskins, a five-piece band fronted by twin brothers Logan and Roger Raskin, played a memorable set for the crowd at Irvine. The New York City-based group plays melodic hard rock with a radio friendliness, providing a fitting prelude for the Alice Cooper and Motley Crue performances.
on Aug 11, 2014
One of the truly amazing things about KISS is not that they perhaps do the best lighting and stage show in the business, not that they have some of the most fun songs in rock and roll history, and not that they are pushing senior citizen age (Gene is one year away), but rather that they have been doing this for 40 years. One thing is for certain though, I, and many around me at the concert at Jones Beach, were not consciously aware of their age as they belted into 15 solid songs. KISS' stage presence is simply stunning and even without two of the original ingredients (no Peter Criss and Ace Frehley) they have still managed to make a tasty dish. Interesting fact, their lighting truck broke down on highway I95 yet their crew found another truck, loaded it and still managed to make it to set up the gig on time. Hats off to the KISS crew! They made Kisstory!
on Aug 11, 2014
Body Count rocked a solid set at Mayhem Festival playing "Cop Killer," tunes from Manslaughter, and covering some Slayer.
on Aug 06, 2014
Suicide Silence did their thang at Mayhem Festival in Toronto; I was stoked to hear them live with Eddie fronting the band. These guys know how to rock out, and they can get a crowd going wild.
on Aug 02, 2014
On July 29, 2014 the Summer Slaughter Tour came to the State Theatre located in St. Petersburg, Florida. Coincidentally, this year's headliners were local boys, Morbid Angel. With 30 years on their resume, they've helped to create and redefine the foundations of death metal as we know it. That night, song after song, (including "Rapture," "Where The Slime Lives" and "Existo Vulgoré") they crushed the rest of the fest's line up which included bands of the caliber of Dying Fetus and Origin, to name a few.
on Aug 01, 2014
I haven't seen Emmure in nearly a decade, I was pumped to be able to see their set and shoot it. A huge crowd was waiting before their set even began, and the photo pit filled up fast. Emmure put on an amazing show; these dudes have amazing stage presence. I still don't know how Frankie was able to wear that windbreaker and long-johns without passing out from the heat.
on Jul 30, 2014
With so many bands, it's hard to digest Warp Tour in just one day. It was a constant battle running from stage to stage, on a very warm and sunny day, capturing new acts like Unlocking The Truth, a Brooklyn-based trio that just signed a Sony record deal, or more seasoned bands like super-entertaining metalcore grops, Dangerkids and Beartooth. The mostly teen crowd was super-pumped through the hot day as there was crowdsurfing and moshing at every turn. The NY-based, female fronted Blackbird played the Shiragirl stage and hometown fav, Charetta, played on the Ernie Ball stage. I was also able to catch legendary pop band Bowling For Soup and a personal favorite, Real Friends, who played a solid 20 min set. Scranton-based Gothic metal band Motionless in White had a huge crowd by their set while Falling in Reverse closed the show just before 9pm not allowing photographers in the pit.
on Jul 28, 2014
As the opener on Motley Crue's Final Tour, Alice Cooper and his band performed a set of greatest hits to an enthusiastic Southern California crowd. The three-guitar attack of Nita Strauss (who recently replaced Orianthi Panagaris), Ryan Roxie and Tommy Henriksen is sterling. With a lavish stage production (boa constrictor, Dwight Fry straight-jacket, creepy-looking dolls, etc.), and a killer sound, Alice Cooper gave Irvine a show that arguably upstaged the headlining act.
on Jul 28, 2014

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